Mwakwa Talks to the Loon: A Cree Story for Children

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Mwakwa Talks to the Loon:
A Cree Story for Children

Author: Dale Auger

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Book description:
Winner of the Aboriginal Children s Book of the Year Award 2006 Anskohk Aboriginal Literature Festival and Book Awards Kayâs is a young Cree man who is blessed with a Gift that makes him a talented hunter. But when he becomes proud and takes his abilities for granted, he loses his Gift, and the People grow hungry. With the help of the Elders and the Beings that inhabit the water, Kayâs learns that to live a life of success, fulfillment and peace, he must cherish and respect the talents and skills he has been given. The artwork is stunning and the story is timeless. What incredible medicine for the world. Richard Van Camp, author of A Man Called Raven and What s the Most Beautiful Thing You Know About Horses?

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